Tell me what’s wrong with my CV (3)

Tell me what’s wrong with my CV (3)

Have a read through this CV and use the box at the bottom to add your comments. What type of role (if any) could this guy get in…

Daily Dispatches: Aus banks among top job cutters in APAC

Daily Dispatches: Aus banks among top job cutters in APAC

Australian retail banks have been the most aggressive across the Asian region to slash their workforces so far this year, despite maintaining profitability and surviving the financial crisis…

Daily Dispatches: JP Morgan profits surge in Aus

Daily Dispatches: JP Morgan profits surge in Aus

JPMorgan's local capital markets and investment banking arm has recorded a first-half profitability surge because of rapidly improving conditions. According to statements filed to the Australian Securities

Editor’s Take: lessons we’ve learnt since Lehman

Editor’s Take: lessons we’ve learnt since Lehman

You're probably sick of seeing Lehman-collapse anniversary articles, but please read on - this one's a bit different. It focuses purely on how the recruitment landscape has changed…

Daily Dispatches: signs of improvement at Macquarie

Daily Dispatches: signs of improvement at Macquarie

Macquarie Group says the operational performance of most of its major businesses improved in the first quarter from the previous three month period. (Business Day) NAB has been…

Daily Dispatches: Aussie banker set to head Morgan Stanley

Daily Dispatches: Aussie banker set to head Morgan Stanley

Australian James Gorman is poised to become chief executive of Wall Street investment bank Morgan Stanley. Melbourne educated Gorman, who is co-president of the bank, will take over…

CBA’s pay predicament

CBA’s pay predicament

CBA's compensation crackdown earlier this week looks likely to save low-level jobs, but the bank's belt-tightening includes a management-level pay freeze which could restrict its ability to retain…

Daily Dispatches: CBA freezes pay over $100k

Daily Dispatches: CBA freezes pay over $100k

CBA raised chief executive Ralph Norris's pay package by six per cent to $9.21 million in 2008-09, as his long-term share-based payments were increased. But Norris, his executive…

Applying to ASIC is no longer a crazy career move

Applying to ASIC is no longer a crazy career move

Fancy working for the watchdog? ASIC is putting banking professionals at the top of its hiring hit list as it expands its regulatory power. The regulation of credit…

Daily Dispatches: APRA pushes for deferred bonuses

Daily Dispatches: APRA pushes for deferred bonuses

APRA has intensified its push for deferring performance-based remuneration in the banking and insurance industries, to enable a better assessment of a company's longer term performance. (The Australian)&he

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